Manly P. Hall's Unpublished Pages of the Secret Teachings of All Ages
Manly P. Hall, one of the greatest philosophers of our modern age, printed his magnum opus, The Secret Teachings of All Ages, in 1928. Regarded as one of the most profound philosophical books of all time, it did not include all the information that Manly Hall had desired to be included when it was printed. In the late 1970s, while in Manly Hall’s personal vault, I discovered a notebook containing the information from 1928 that arrived too late to the printer to be included in his great book.
Since the information was not included in his publication, Manly Hall decided to deliver this series of lectures discussing these subjects. Also, and perhaps even more importantly, Mr. Hall lays out heretofore unknown information regarding how individuals should approach, read, and study The Secret Teachings of All Ages. Manly Hall states in one of the lectures, "This book [The Secret Teachings] is like unto a door – a gate, in some old sanctuary containing within it a wealth of imagery; a wealth of mysteries, designs and figures…"
This series of lectures has never been published previously.